Tens of thousands of fireworks junkies in attendance made the annual Rhythm & Booms spectacle a success Saturday night.
Madison police said construction zones did not excessively interfere with traffic, but there was a three-car crash with minor injuries after the fireworks.
Police arrested six for disorderly conduct or battery in Warner Park.
And authorities said it seemed like more attended last night's event, compared to recent years.
The positive news relieved many who were concerned about the potentially disastrous scene of tens of thousands of people heading into an area under heavy road construction.
As always, people came from all over the Midwest for the 19th annual Rhythm & Booms, but this year, fireworks fans had a few more headaches to deal with than usual, thanks to heavy construction around Madison's Warner Park.
One of the people brave enough to fight the construction was Emily Peters.
"On the way here we took kind of a back road," said Peters.